Several of the nation’s leading manufacturers were present at Parliament House, in Canberra, as part of the Industry Growth Centre Showcase. ANCA, Evolve Group and Tradiebot were on hand, in early December, to demonstrate how local manufacturing continues to thrive and export. The Showcase is part of the Industry Growth Centre Initiative formed by the … Continue reading Australian advanced manufacturing celebrated at Parliament House
A new strategic partnership between St.George Banking Group, UNSW Sydney and the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) was announced today to advance Australian research and accelerate the introduction and commercialisation of new manufacturing technologies. The unique partnership will help Australia unlock its competitive edge in manufacturing by bringing together three different streams of the Australian … Continue reading New industry partnership explores Australia’s manufacturing potential
CSIRO’s Lindfield site in Sydney hosted manufacturers in an event aimed at introducing collaborative growth opportunities. Manufacturers’ Monthly reports. Bringing together scientific research and industry was the purpose of a recent event hosted at the CSIRO’s Lindfield site in northern Sydney, with highlights including a speech from the organisation’s chief scientist, Cathy Foley, and a … Continue reading CSIRO promotes closer collaboration with manufacturers
The barriers and opportunities to develop and recruit skilled employees during the age of digital transformation were discussed at a recent forum in Sydney. Tara Hamid reports. The event, the third in a series of eight Industry Skills Forums organised by the Australian Industry Standards (AIS), brought together the stakeholders from a diverse range of … Continue reading Future skilling Australia’s workforce: challenges and opportunities
The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) is supporting a collaborative project with Tradiebot Industries to deliver the world’s first automated vehicle panel repair system. As part of the project, Tradiebot Industries will collaborate with the University of New South Wales (UNSW) ARC Training Centre for Automated Manufacture of Advanced Composites (AMAC) on developing a robotic control system to carry out … Continue reading AMGC backs project to automate vehicle panel repair
SMC has joined the list of companies that form part of the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC), in a move that the company says intends to help Australian manufacturers in their transition to advanced manufacturing. James McKew, sales and marketing director from SMC– Australia and New Zealand said that the collaboration is a natural fit. “The industry … Continue reading SMC forms part of the AMGC to advance innovation
The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre’s (AMGC’s) “Path to advanced manufacturing” symposium on July 4 brought together more than 200 industry and academic experts at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney to share ideas on how Australian manufacturers can add value to their businesses through collaboration. The attendees listened to case studies presented by … Continue reading AMGC event helps bridge the gap between research and industry
The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre, Innovative Manufacturing CRC and Entrepreneurs’ Programme are jointly taking futuremap, a business diagnostic tool developed by IMCRC, to market to help SME manufacturers on their journey to the Industry 4.0 transition. Manufacturers’ Monthly reports. Australian manufacturers across the country have an opportunity to get on board with the transition to what … Continue reading Future-proofing the Australian SMEs with futuremap
Australian companies pay an “Australia tax” of 7 – 15 per cent and are best placed to compete on value differentiation and market leadership, according to a recent report.
Dow Chemical Australia has formally joined the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) as part of its ongoing commitment to supporting the development of Australia’s innovative and dynamic advanced manufacturing sector.
Spreading the adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies among Australian manufacturers is vital to lifting their international competitiveness, according to the Australian Manufacturing Growth Centre. Brent Balinski spoke to the group’s chair, Andrew Stevens, about a new partnership aimed at encouraging this adoption.
Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre’s Chairman Andrew Stevens has announced funding of $250,000 toward Swinburne Manufacturing Futures Research Institute to boost the adoption of Industry 4.0 processes increasing Australian manufacturing competitiveness.
A strong manufacturing sector remains central to any first world economy as a result of its contribution to overall productivity, its input to R&D and innovation, its contribution to exports and its multiplier effects on growth.
The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) is pleased to announce the signing of Thales in Australia as the founding member.
A $250,000 project fund to support carbon fibre and advanced fibre-based manufacturing in Geelong was announced on Thursday afternoon, aiming to assist in commercialising collaborative projects between firms and researchers.